Thread: range of values in an if statement

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    range of values in an if statement

    In my if statement I want the values to be in a range say 70 - 80 for the condition to be true. I cannot seem to get it to work and am not sure if it is possible, any comment on how can I go about this.

    Thanks in advance

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    if(x>70 && x<80)
    Is this what you want?

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    That means, x MUST be greater than 70 AND less than 80.

    As you know, && = boolean and

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    abh!shek gave code for the exclusive set. Here's the code for the inclusive set:
    if(x>=70 && x<=80)

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